Police were called after trouble broke out in the stands at a Weymouth FC match.

The Terras journeyed to Farnborough in Hampshire for a game on Saturday.

A small number of Weymouth fans involved in the disorder inside the stadium were removed from the ground and it's believed some were later escorted to the railway station after trouble also broke out outside the ground.

No-one was arrested and no injuries were sustained, police said. 

The Farnborough goalkeeper took to X (formerly Twitter) to claim he was subject to disgusting comments and chanting by some Weymouth fans regarding his family.

It's understood Weymouth manager Bobby Wilkinson was subject to abuse from some Weymouth fans.

The Echo was also told that as fans tried to unveil a ‘Bobby out’ banner, in reference to removing the manager from his post, there was some infighting amongst Terras' fans.

The incidents saw police officers called to assist stewards in removing some fans from the ground.

A spokesperson for Hampshire Police said:  “We were called at 4.35pm on Saturday 11 November to reports of an altercation which was taking place at Farnborough Football Club during the match between Farnborough and Weymouth.

“Officers attended to assist stewards at the football ground and three people were ejected from the venue.

“A second altercation took place in the football ground’s car park once the match had finished. Officers separated and dispersed those involved.

"No injuries were reported."

Weymouth FC released a statement about the incident following the the 1-1 draw with Farnborough.

It said: “Weymouth Football Club are aware of the events that took place during our fixture with Farnborough.

"At this stage, no further comment will be made whilst a full investigation is carried out between both clubs and the police.”